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Author Topic: Kaine Kesler Hayden  (Read 24499 times)

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Re: Kaine Kesler Hayden
« Reply #195 on: July 25, 2022, 09:44:01 AM »
He's looked a great prospect for some time now.  I'd like to see him as back up to Cash, although his minutes wll be pretty limited.  But with the 5 subs I think he could be a genuine attacking option to bring on if we're chasing a game.

I think so too. We want him in training with the first team and learning all he can, playing in the cup games, and getting used to the league. He's played well against both Man U and Man City this year, so we can see he's capable. It also helps us rest Cash and keep him fresh, as bombing up and down the pitch all match is hard work.

 


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